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I love cassoulet and have made it many times...duck fat, duck legs, pork, confited, homemade lamb sausage,etc.

I am losing my patience for it however and the recent thread on the excellent version at Hammersley's Bistro and the tweets that Rendezvous in Cambridge is now serving it raise the question:

who is serving it and how good is it? How much does it cost and is it worth it?

even though it's 50 degrees out, it will get colder.......

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  1. Posted about Hammersley's version in this http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/880617 thread. It's great. Not sure of the exact cost, but I'm sure its not cheap, worth it though.

    1. I had a nice version at Ten Tables in Cambridge not too long ago.

      1. Petit Robert has it for $25. I've had it there. It's good.

        1. looove the rendezvous version. no lamb (yay). I make mine w/ orange zest (richard olney via paula wolfert)and iirc, steve's includes it.

          1. i know jm curley has a version on their new sammy specials "escoffier bastardization"- haven't had a chance to try it yet, but if you need an excuse to head over there...

            1. It's been a while, but Les Zyg has it: http://www.winebar.com/index.php?opti...

              1. Brasserie Jo has it on Thursdays. $21, according to the online menu. Pretty good, as I recall. It's been a couple of years since I've had it.

                1. deep ellum and hungry mother have had it on their menus in the past